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the mechanisms that he had put together, james holmes had put together to set off the stuff inside the apartment. once they did that, now they go in to each device that's individually there. what they're going to do is bring in a dump truck eventually and take out all those devices and put them in this dump truck can take them out to the east part of town and destroy them out there. then they'll go through a lot more investigative work inside his apartment, specifically. we know there was at least 30 home made grenades, but more than 30 bombs inside becauses there were a number of bottles of liquid and he had a bunch of different powders and things that if mixed together would cause a fire, basically. he was going to try to burn this place down, try to kill the person who opened the front door and that would set off a fire storm. that's with they believe he had tried to put in place and thankfully that did not happen. i want to show you other video we shot earlier today about the investigative work that's being donely. the atf, f.b.i. are both here, as well as local authorities. atf and f.b.i.
: the suspect, james holmes, will appear in court on monday. one big question for police, finding a motive for one of the worst mass shootings in u.s. history. adam housley is live on the scene for us in aurora, colorado. >> we might find more out about that admission of what he has done or what really drove him to do this, what's inside this apartment complex behind me. authorities said even if they find or even if he has told them before he got a lawyer, they won't tell us. they'll wait and do that in a court of law. you know they're getting at evidence inside. let me give you a look at what's happening inside. the ladder truck put its ladder down. that's significant because it means they no longer have to hoist anybody in. they can now walk in. they've been inside the apartment from james holmes now for three or four hours. they have an assessment team inside. what they're doing now is all the trip wires have been taken down. all the significant threats have been taken away. but there are still very delicate areas in the apartment. they're going through very tediously, very meticulous w
to doing that, opening the door to the apartment of this man, 24-year-old james holmes, a man that police say spent the past few months stockpiling weapons and ammunitions -- am mu mission, i should say -- ammunition i should say with a plan targeting men, women and children gathered together for fun in the theater bea hind me me -- behind me watching the latest batman movie. police say safety is their main priority as they delicately try to figure out how to get into holmes' apartment and disarm what appear to be explosives and insydney ary devices inside. here is the chief of police. >> our investigation determined that his apartment is booby-trapped with various insidniary chemical devices and apparent trip wires. we have an active and difficult scene there. >> adam house she live outside the uh -- adam howsley is live outside the apartment complex. >> we will give alive look. wree a block away. we are not down wind. we are up wind from where this explosion could take place. this is the way the scene has been for 24 hours now, maybe a little longer. you can seat fire equipment here, st
delicately try to figure out how to get into holmes' apartment and disarm what appear to be explosives and insydney ary devices inside. here is the chief of police. >> our investigation determined that his apartment is booby-trapped with various insidniary chemical devices and apparent trip wires. we have an active and difficult scene there. >> adam house she live outside the uh -- adam howsley is live outside the apartment complex. >> we will give alive look. wree a block away. we are not down wind. we are up wind from where this explosion could take place. this is the way the scene has been for 24 hours now, maybe a little longer. you can seat fire equipment here, stationary, the hook and ladder truck outside. they just put up a tent so some of the bomb technicians can get out of the sun and go through the plan here. there are a number of federal agencies here, local agencies, fire trucks, ambulances, the entire area has been evacuated. five apartment buildings have been evacuated. we are by the nearest apartment that was not evacuated. everybody is trying to see wha
importantly for authorities, to secure the evidence inside holmes' apartment and you can bet there's going be to be a plethora of evidence inside of that apartment here in aurora, colorado. it looks like jonathan, from your-- from our vantage point they're going to try to have a couple of bomb technicians walking in through the parking lot entrance and the most we've seen since this operation began about an hour ago, jon? >> all right, incredible work there, adam. thank you very much. let's talk about the delicate task that lies ahead. former new york police captain, peter moreno is now director of operations for broadening risk consultants and he knows a thing or two about disarming bombs scenes like this one. and captain, they have been treating this so gingerly and obviously, we can understand why. tell us a little about those explosive charges that we just heard. what were they likely doing inside of that apartment? >> what you're watching is a precise surgical operation designed to minimize the damage to the crime scene and to increase the safety of the officers on the scene. the smal
get the confirmation that that door to james holmes' apartment was set to kill, a quote from the police officer. set to kill whoever opened it and you spoke to the lady who almost opened the door the night of this event. and cassidy carson, we've been successful in defeating the first threat and the traps were set to kill those entering first in the apartment. if that's in fact true they may have found that entry point to get bomb technicians inside to get potentially the bomb robots inside. and part of the issue, it's not just one or two bombs to kill whoever opened the door, there are a number of devices intertwined with wire, bottles they say the size of coke bottles filled with a liquid that looks like water and we don't know what it is, balloons with powder inside, potentially gun powder and bullets laying around and other pieces of stuff, basically, that could become schrapnel if this was to go up. so this apartment is booby trapped from floor to ceiling. now, we do know that authorities had a plan in place this morning, they had a big meeting for about two hours, the f
that james holmes applied for membership at a gun club and telling the staff they said i'm not sure about this guy. welcome to a brand-new hour. >> arthel: also today the university of colorado is looking into whether holmes took advantage of his position as a graduate student to order materials for potentially deadly booby traps. they describe the search for evidence. >> we wanted the evidence inside that apartment. we had taken custody of the computer. potential we might get evidence out of that computer is very important. every ounce of evidence will help us hold this person accountable. was very high priority and i'm so grateful we had the bomb professionals from the feds and local agencies to help us do that. >> gregg: ascam live in aurora with the latest. >> reporter: we are learning new information about the suspect. we got a chance to get upright about ten feet of the building itself. it's the last building people are not allowed back in. authorities are going in and out. they say the investigation completed but at the same time they have cleanup and dangerous materials they say i
james holmes lived on the third floor. there is still glass broken and stuff on the ground. they took a lot of explosive materials out and the dump truck was filled with sand to make the easier to unload it all and burn it. back here there is still small remnants of materials inside the apartment we're told and because of that, they wanted to make sure it's safe and secure before they let people back in. >> gregg: tell us more about exclusive story? >> it came out this morning. very interesting details about the lead valley gun raping, a private gun range, in the denver metro you're, the suspect james holmes apparently called there of this gun range. people taking advantage of the gun range, apparently the suspect james holmes he called and left an odd message on the answering machine. they say he was rambling, he may have been acting but very weird. he contacted them again and sent his application. when he got the application it seemed pretty normal, other than his mother lived in san diego but they flagged it and told all the employees when this man comes in, we want to k
movie theater unfolds, police say james holmes spent four months ordering ammunition and supplies for the attack and rigged nearly 30 explosive devices in his apartment. later today, president obammal take on the role of consoler in chief, traveling to colorado to comfort victims and their families n. aurora, a city trying to fathom the tragedy, residents will come together for a prayer vigil. i'm shannon bream. we go to the movie theater in aurora and talk to the police chief, one of only two interviews the chief is giving. hello, john. >> reporter: shannon, the police department insists that holmes acted alone. joining us now for one of his first interviews sips the shootings, aurora police chief dan oats. jon scott from outside the theater. there was word overnight, some confusion overnight that there might be a second person involved, a second suspect. you can clear that up for us? >> sure. i would like to correct something. rather than insist he acted alone, we have no information that he acted with anyone else at this time. there was a report overnight about a person who was
thankful for that instinct. >> heather: did you ever have occasion to run into james holmes, did you ever meet him or pass him in the hallway? >> i didn't even know he it was in building. i saw him in the area. he looked like a student like anybody else. >> heather: after the shooting occurred at the movie theater, house were you evacuated? what happened next in terms of getting you out of the apartment? >> it was around 12:00 that the s.w.a.t. team broke down the doors into our apartment complex and started knocking on each individual door to evacuate us immediately. we had a few minutes to grab what we could in our case was cellphones luckily and wallet and keys. all of police, there were tons of them. it seemed very organized. all they did was make sure everybody was out. they were in their full swat gear. >> heather: what have you heard today in terms of going back inside. obviously they are working around the clock to secure the scene. have you been told anything in terms of a time frame? >> we haven't had any contact with law enforcement since we were evacuated two nights ago. so ho
will continue to investigate this entire matter. we will work very hard to understand all of mr. holmes' contacts and acquaintances, but that's largely to learn more about his thinking and his behavior, not that we think there is any suspect in particular that helped him in this. it's a perverse enough crime for one person to formulate it. i don't think it's really conceivable that there is a second person who was in on this -- on this -- on this thing. >> reporter: the timeline that you have laid out suggests that there was roughly four months of planning, at least four months of planning that went into this. do you think that it goes back farther than that? is there any indication from new evidence that it goes back farther? >> well, i will go back to what i know and what i have revealed. he started to receive shipments of all of this stuff around four months ago. obviously, we don't know now -- if we knew, we wouldn't share it with the media, what he was doing prior to that. but i think, as i said yesterday, i think that four months of this kind of activity, accumulating this materia
, friends are calling the suspect, james holmes, a quote -- sweet, normal guy. what could have turned that phd science candidate into an alleged mass murderer? we will take a look at what holmes was doing in the days leading up to the shootings and speak to a leading clinical psychologist about that. i go ahead of you? instead we had someone go ahead of him and wifty thousand dollars. congratulations you are our one millionth customer. people don't li to miss out on money that should have been theirs. that's why at ally we have the raise your rate 2-year cd. you can get a one-time rate increase if our two-year rate goes up. if your bank mes you miss out, you need an ally. ally bank. no nonsense. just people sense. >> i encourage to you recognize that god didn't put us here on earth to be on the sideline. all of those people who wrote to us and told us they were praying for us... they were not on the sidelines. so if you know of somebody -- even if you don't know of somebody who lost their life or who was impacted, just simply being in that theater is trauma. reach out to those people
shooter, james holmes, acted alone in an attack he planned for months and the community of aurora, colorado is holding a vigil for the 12 people killed in the shooting, many say they are trying to stay strong and move forward and here's a few of their comments. >> this is... this is my... i want to explain to my little kids about the compassion and pray for, for all neighbors. >> to let people know, you know, there is hope out there. it is a safe world, don't let something like this confine you to your home. >> the member of the family will be gone but their memories will always live in my heart. >> jamie: good morning, i'm jamie colby, clearly a community that has come together. >> eric: that's nation has, i'm eric sean, welcome to a brand new hour inside of america's news headquarters. there are prayers from the pulpits and the pews across the country for the victims and their families after this unspeakable act. and this afternoon, president obama will head to colorado to meet with the families of those who were killed. mike tobin continues his reporting live in aurora with the
. james holmes was seeing a psychiatrist before the rampage. this information coming to light as two of the victims are laid to rest. elizabeth has more details. >> reporter: the court filings reveals that james was under the care of a doctor. he doesn't reveal the extent of the treatment but it does say she was the intended recipient of that package which was confiscated by investigators. media reports reveal that dr. franklin was reprimanded by the colorado medical board for prescribing medication to family members while not keeping up updated medical charts. meanwhile, the profiling, to get that notebook will be addressed monday during his arraignment. he faces 12 counts of first-degree murder charges and many more depending on the district attorney carol chambers. >> we want to see how aggressive they want to be. if you charge first degree and serious bodily injury for a bunch of victims there is a lot of medical records and lots of doctors. the trial could stretch out to epic proportions. >> meanwhile, today is mourning for people here in the city have colorado but across the na
investigating that controversial shooting. >> heather: colorado's shooting suspect james holmes is settle to return back to court tomorrow. he is expected to face a slew of charges, 12 counts of first-degree murder and about the psychiatrist that reportedly was treating him before the massacre. elizabeth is live in colorado. what can we expect from the hearing tomorrow? >> we can expect to learn the charges that 24-year-old james holmes faces. he will be going to the courthouse next-door. he could face more than a hundred charges for both crime scenes, not only the theater but the apartment. it was filled with explosives. after the charges the judge will listen to a number of motions. defense is trying to get that notebook we hear was sent to a doctor citing patient privacy. there is an effort from the media to get the gag order lifted so the public and victims' families can get more insight into the mind and motivation of a killer. >> heather: more survivors are starting to come forward. what is their message? >> we did speak with one survivor. he spoke to edge church. a local church her
'm kelly wright. according to newly released court documents accused shooter james holmes was being treated by a psychiatrist at the time of the attack. meantime families of some of the victims laying loved ones to rest today. eliz prann live in aurora colorado with the details. >> reporter: a little over a week. the make shift memorial continues to grow as fem people leaving gifts and lighting candles for people that died. five victims in area hospitals in jet cal condition. 11 people still seeking treatment. people here in aurora, colorado and across the country continue to mourn as the tune rales continue. jessica the aspiring sports journalist will be buried today in her hometown in texas. she narrowly escaped death in a shooting in toronto. matt will be laid to rest in springfield, ohio. one of the three men hailed as heros for shielding his girlfriend from gun fire. and jesse childress will have a memorial service at buckley air force base. in a motion filed by james holmes defense teams they want investigators to turn over the notebook that holmes sent to dr. lin fenton. the prosecut
site, a report running about the first person who raised a red flag about james holmes. this is an individual who owns a private gun range, to which james holmes had applied for membership. the owner says the application was strange. he called his home phone and got a strange outgoing batman-themed message that. raised red flags. if you want the details, log on to our web site, foxnews.com. >> eric: and mike, he's going to be in court tomorrow. what's the next case, in terms of legal aspects? >> it will be a quick hearing tomorrow. there will be a discussion of the charges, probably some discussion of bond. he does have a lawyer now. this is an individual named daniel king, a state public defender. he works with an organization that has been nicknamed the death squad bah they handle so many death-penalty cases. >> eric: they must be an expert on that. we will be following that and the latest developments. mike, as always, thank you. >> reporter: you got it. >> jamie: a fox news alert from syria. new video coming in that shows the street battles that are raging in damasc
the notebook that holmes sent. dr. fenton was disciplined in 2004 for prescribing medication for herself and family and colleagues lawyers are preparing on monday's arraignment. we'll learn the extent of the charges against holmes. on monday. carol chambers has to announce what charges she is bringing. potentially we are talking about over 100 charges and 12 counts was first degree murder and 58 counts of attempted first degree murder. and first degree assault. >> there are no cameras in the courtroom on monday, uma, we expect that will acknowledge he understands thes but don't expect him to speak at all. >> thank you for the update. >> one of the victims of last week's shooting is happily reunited with his family. derec got a welcome home from his friend family in raleigh, carolina yesterday. >> it is very, very much. good to see my brother and cousin. >> he and his girlfriend were in the theater 9. he fled the theater and ran back in after he realized his ghirl friend was not behind him. neither derec or his girlfriend were hurt in the shooting. >> another mayor is slamming chick-fil-a
israeli official says those talks never happened. colorado shooting suspect james holmes will be formally charged tomorrow. holmes' defense team has file aid motion to discover who leaked information about holmes to the media. friday, you remember, we learned that holmes mailed a notebook detailing the plans of an attack to his psychiatrist. first lady michelle obama is wrapping up her trip to london with a speech to the u.s. olympic committee. but she did have time for fun at the game, attending the opening ceremony and watching the serena williams tennis match. >> shannon: thank you very much, peter. greta van susteren is in israel with governor mitt romney. she just interviewed him and has more live with what he had to say. >> reporter: happy to be here, shannon. i can tell you, he is very popular here in israel, at least as he travels on the streets, people are very receptive and glad to have him here. what was interesting, he came out very strong, reaffirming his commitment to israel, should he be president. but what is interesting, he said he didn't want to talk about foreign policy
theater. tomorrow, the accused mass murderer, james holmes, is expected to be charged with at least 12 counts of murder and a slew of other charges related to that massacre, but america will not be able to see it because even though we saw this when he first appeared in court, the judge has said no cameras tomorrow. the judge expanding a sweeping gag order to not allow information to be released from the university that holmes attended, information that could be evidence in the case. joining me, our legal panel, joey jackson, a former prosecutor and robert shaw, a defense attorney and also prosecutor. great to have you here. >> good morning. >> jamie: i am disappointed, not for me, but for the victims. some are in court, some are in the hospital and they would like to see the alleged shooter. they would like to be a part of this. if they can't, they won't. is that fair? >> you know what, it isn't. but it is evaluated on who it is fair to. the judge is overly broad, really. i am hopeful by the time the trial is retracted and we are table to see the totality of the case. i think what the
base. in a motion filed by james holmes defense teams they want investigators to turn over the notebook that holmes sent to dr. lin fenton. the prosecution is objecting. the ap is reporting dr. fenton was disciplined back in 2004 for not keeping updated records prescribing medications to not only herself but also her family as well as colleagues. but lawyers right now are really both just focusing on monday's arraignment. we will learn the extent of the charges against holmes. we know that he is facing 12 counts of first-degree murder but potentially up to 58 counts of attempted first-degree murder. >> carol chambers has to make decisions. streamline the case with just murder charges or want to throw the book at the defendant. for example you can charge him with possession of incentary explosive devices. you mae even charge burglary. >> reporter: we know there will be no courtroom cameras in the courtroom on monday and although we don't expect to hear him speak we do know that he is sitting in arapahoe county jail and has access to both tv and newspapers. >> thank you for that report. f
's movie theater massacre. james holmes had been seeing a psychiatrist before the rampage. that's according to newly reloosed documents from the court. this information coming to light as two of the victims are laid to rest. elizabeth prann live in aurora, colorado, with the very latest. >> hi, rick. those recent court filings motion by the defense indicate that james holmes was under the care of dr. lynn fenton, although it doesn't indicate he was necessarily gotting treatment on the day or in the time surrounding the shooting, although it does confirm to us that that package, which was sent to the university of colorado at denver, was intended for dr. fientsen. we're learning a little bit about her background. media reports are revealing she was once reprimand by the colorado state medical board for prescribing medication such as xanax and vicodin to not only herself, but family members while not updating their medical charts. the motion that i talked about earlier from the defense to get the notebook because they consider it private and confidentiality for not only the client, but also t
continue this horrible investigation. thanks so much. jamie? >> jamie: police say james holmes planned this attack with quotas, we heard from the witness, calculation and deliberation, for months, box after box delivered to his home and at work from a series of internet orders and for more insight into how investigators will piece together the crime, let's bring in mark harold, a former police officer and attorney, good morning to you, sir. >> how are you? >> jamie: saddened, to be honest and i wonder how many people like this alleged shooter may be out there, right now. in your estimation, as an investigator, how long do you think he was preparing for this? >> i'll figure it out based on the receipts and there is a long history of internet searches and, like was said, a lot was delivered to his house and they'll be able to trace it back and some of what he had are not easy items to get and some too easy to get but the bottom line, they'll have a long history of what he had delivered and why what he had delivered and when he ordered it, they'll be able to piece together what was most l
in the entertainment world, star of stage and screen actress celegste holmes has died. she won an oscar for her portrayal of a lonely secretary in "gentleman's agreement." she was 95 years old. >> a desperate search for two iowa girls. they are searching for elizabeth collins and ten-year-old cousin. two girls were last seen on friday. their bikes were found at a lake after they were reported missing and here is the latest from new york city. >> reporter: hundreds of volunteers and emergency workers are continuing their search today after holding a candlelight vigil for the girls last night. the mother of one of cousins fears they were abducted. they are saying it's out of character for her daughter to wander too far from home. the girl often stays at her cousin in evansdale while her mother works. they were short seen in downtown evansdale. the girls grandmother called police after they didn't show up. their bikes were found on a trail along a trail by the lake. they have found no other traces of the girls. they have swept the area via helicopter. a plane with infrared sensors proved to be uns
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